Art to the rescue!

The earthquake that killed over 7000 people in Java earlier this year has inspired artist Aris Prabawa, formerly from Java, to raise monies for the victims.

Now a resident of Lismore, Aris had an art exhibition a few months ago at Goanna Bakery and Caf in Lismore which raised money for his art collective in Java, which was severely affected by the catastrophe.

Now the Goanna people, Aris and concerned friends are planning a charity art auction of works from sympathetic local artists to be held on the new date of Saturday, September 30, at Goanna Bakery and Caf from 3pm.

The donated artworks will go on display at the Goanna Bakery from September 18 until the auction.

Artists interested in donating an artwork or three to this good cause should phone Roberta on 6622 4674 or Goanna Bakery on 6622 2629.

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